The Week in TOD News January 7-13, 2023

Breaking up with parking ● Addressing concerns / misconceptions re. Westfield TOD project ● Repurposing malls for housing ● NYS housing strategy ● BRT & TOD in Dar es Salaam

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The Week in TOD News December 31, 2022-January 6, 2023

MBTA Communities Law implementation ● New housing comes to Orange NJ ● Wheelchair users still working to make NJ more accessible ● Reducing parking minimum in California ● Near Delhi, housing demand grows in anticipation of new rail service

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The Week in TOD News December 10-16, 2022

Rising transit usage among Gen Z ● NJ TRANSIT ridership bouncing back ● HBLR extension TOD study ● Planning grants change cities ● Exploring Land Value Taxes ● Marketing transit-friendly housing in Jakarta

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The Week in TOD News December 3-9, 2022

Auto-centric zoning & health ● Pandemic-inspired parklets gain permanence ● East Orange TOD ● DC approves free bus rides ● Why is building U.S. public transportation so expensive ● Transit-oriented business hub in Dhaka

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The Week in TOD News November 26-December 2, 2022

Transit projects to support middle class ● Post-pandemic transit ● Perth Amboy redevelopment plans ● Learning from KC’s fare free program ● TOD & the fight again global warming ● Green TOD in Indonesia

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The Week in TOD News November 19-25, 2022

Chicago launches eTOD program ● DC ponders transit subsidies for residents ● GCL to boost local economies ● Phoenix advances affordable TOD neighborhood ● Will ADUs gain acceptance in NYS? ● Montreal Metro improves accessibility

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The Week in TOD News November 12-18, 2022

FTA TOD pilot grants • Returning workers take transit • Hoboken-Jersey City Bike Lane • Tax-increment financing in Chicago • DC’s new train to the plane • Manila’s multimodal MRT-Ayala Station

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The Week in TOD News November 5-11, 2022

How COVID changed urban mobility. Funding transit. South Amboy ferry. Zero-emissions & industrial modernization. Delays cost access to new BRT. African megacities & mass transit.

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